Time Versalift SAS, France headquarters and assembly plant.

Time Versalift SAS, France headquarters and assembly plant.

Time has re-launched in the French market with a new division Time Versalift SAS, France, which includes an assembly plant.

At the beginning of April Time's previous distributor Time France closed when its owners started up competing manufacturer Klubb.

Described by Time as a daughter company, the exclusive Versalift distributor for France will offer the complete range of van and chassis mounted plat­forms. And from the new 'state of the art' factory in Pau, assembly will take place on a range of vehicles.

The entity is also the official aftersales partner in France with a new service setup covering the entire country with a main service branch in Angers.

According to Time it now has 6000 Versalift units on the road in France and has been supplying the country for 36 years.

Time Versalift SAS, France is part of the global Time group. With its main divisions located in the US and Denmark and reported a combined 2015 turno­ver of more than €200 million.

to ensure the correct maintenance of your ma­chine.

Improved products

Versalift aerial access platforms are now even better than before. The bestsell­ing Versalift ETL series, including the popular Versalift ETL-32 mounted on the Renault Master van, is now available with an upgraded boom for increased outreach and a boost in cage capacity from 200 to 230 kg on two-man cage setups. Furthermore, the hydraulic valves are now located on the pedestal in the van for safer ground level emer­gency operations.

A legacy of success

TIME has more than 50 years of expe­rience developing innovative solutions for working at heights. Throughout the years, we have continuously disrupted the market with the introduction of sev­eral innovations improving the efficiency and operator safety of aerial access platforms.


Effective immediately, TIME Versal¬ift SAS, France is the new, exclusive French Versalift distributor.
TIME Versalift SAS, France distributes the complete range of van and chassis mounted Versalift aerial access plat-forms. From the company’s new state of the art factory in Pau, TIME Versal¬ift SAS, France assembles the aerial access platforms in-house and mounts them on a range of vehicles.
Whom better to service your TIME product than TIME Versalift
TIME Versalift SAS, France is also the new, official aftersales partner in France with a new service setup covering the entire country with a main service sta-tion in Angers. We strongly recommend you to use TIME Versalift SAS, France for the aftersales service of any existing Versalift aerial access platform
to ensure the correct maintenance of your ma¬chine.
Improved products
Versalift aerial access platforms are now even better than before. The bestsell¬ing Versalift ETL series, including the popular Versalift ETL-32 mounted on the Renault Master van, is now available with an upgraded boom for increased outreach and a boost in cage capacity from 200 to 230 kg on two-man cage setups. Furthermore, the hydraulic valves are now located on the pedestal in the van for safer ground level emer¬gency operations.
A legacy of success
TIME has more than 50 years of expe¬rience developing innovative solutions for working at heights. Throughout the years, we have continuously disrupted the market with the introduction of sev¬eral innovations improving the efficiency and operator safety of aerial access platforms.
TIME Versalift SAS, France is part of the global TIME group. With its main divisions located in the United States and Denmark, TIME is present on all the major aerial access platform markets in the world with a combined 2015 turno¬ver of more than 200 million €.

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